Greenberg and Morrison named to AVCA All-Region team
HUNTINGDON, Pa. – Juniata College setter Courtney Greenberg (Fort Myers, Fla./Fort Myers) and libero Libby Morrison (Portland, Ore./Oregon Episcopal School) have been named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association All-Mid-Atlantic Region team.
Both will be considered for AVCA All-America honors, which will be announced at the NCAA national championship banquet in St. Louis, Mo.
Greenberg logged 1052 assists this season, an average of 10.52 per set, while serving up 31 aces. She also turned up 261 digs, 2.51 per set, on her way to First team All-Landmark Conference honors.
Morrison, who earned Capital One Academic All-District honors earlier on Thursday, earns AVCA All-Region honors for the second consecutive season. A libero, Morrison currently averages 6.07 digs per set, with 631 total digs this season for the Eagles. She has also served up 34 aces, one off the team lead. Earlier this week, Morrison earned Landmark Conference Player of the Year and Specialist of the Year honors for the second consecutive year, and was a First team All-Landmark selection.
Morrison currently has 1,322 digs in her two seasons at Juniata since transferring from Santa Clara University, and ranks eighth among the program's all-time career digs leaders.
Juniata (25-7, 6-0 Landmark) captured its fifth straight Landmark Conference championship last Saturday, 31st consecutive conference crown overall, and will begin play on Friday in the NCAA Division III Women's Volleyball Championship Mid-Atlantic Regional. The Eagles face Cabrini College (22-10) in the Regional quarterfinal 3:00 p.m., at the Neumann College Mirenda Center in Aston, Pa.